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Falcon shot on Thanksgiving euthanized
WATSONVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- New details tonight on that peregrine falcon shot on Thanksgiving Day in Watsonville.
On Monday wildlife experts told us the falcon was expected to survive.
Sadly, it was discovered the falcon suffered two shoulder fractures from the attack. If kept alive it would have been in pain for the rest of its life.
The falcon was euthanized on Friday.
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